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Aid The Chinese-led Macaneta bridge project in Maputo Province. Photo © Zitamar News
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China has chosen Mozambique as one of three “priority partners” for its investment in Africa, along with Angola and Egypt – a second tier of beneficiaries behind four “pioneer and demonstration countries”, namely Tanzania, Ethiopia, Kenya, and the Republic of [...]

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Aid Nyeleti Mondlane, right, signing an EU aid package for Mozambique, November 2015
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The European Union looks set to become the next major donor to suspend aid to Mozambique after a spokesman told Zitamar News that Brussels is working on a co-ordinated response with EU member states and the World Bank. The EU is the second biggest donor to Mozambique’s budget after [...]

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Construction The existing Escola Industrial e Comercial in Inhassoro
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South African energy company Sasol is tendering for construction companies to build a new training centre southern Mozambique to provide locals with the skills to needed to work on its oil and gas project in the province of Inhambane.

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Business Nyusi and Merkel met in Berlin on 19 April. Photo © Bundesregierung/Guido Bergmann
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Mozambique’s President Filipe Nyusi is today meeting with German businesspeople in Berlin to convince them that it is safe to invest in Mozambique, ahead of a series of meetings with German and European politicians to discuss his country’s current [...]

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Coal HCB, Jindal, and ENRC agree to provide water to Chitima in 2013. Photo © HCB
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Indian mining company Jindal and the Cahora Bassa hydroelectric power plant appear to have resolved their differences over a long-delayed joint project to provide water to communities living in the Cahora Bassa district. However another foreign-owned [...]

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